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Do you dress up your parties with armfuls of your favorite blooms, light up your tables with candles, or set off your dinners with bowls full of artfully arranged fruit? We want to hear about the most beautiful centerpiece you've ever seen or created. Share your favorite ideas in our comments below.

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Anonymous
June 19, 2008
for my mothers b day breakfast i arranged different sized canned goods in order to get different levels.......on top of arranged cans i put a cloth of gold lamay and on top of that i arranged my buffet .....i had a platter of fruit , yogurt, cookies and breafast rolls....it looked absolutly elegant..............
Anonymous
June 19, 2008
for my mothers b day breakfast i arranged different sized canned goods in order to get different levels.......on top of arranged cans i put a cloth of gold lamay and on top of that i arranged my buffet .....i had a platter of fruit , yogurt, cookies and breafast rolls....it looked absolutly elegant..............
Anonymous
June 16, 2008
One year I made the little chocolate mice(dipped marchiino cherries /candy kisses)and scattered them down the table and on the desserts which were on pedistles. They looked cute even on the cheesecake!!
Anonymous
June 10, 2008
a lovely summer centerpiece is a glass vase with whole lemons in the water for the fresh summer flowers
Anonymous
June 5, 2008
The best centerpiece I've ever seen was a huge tree hanging with paper silhouettes of fall-colored leaves!
Anonymous
June 4, 2008
I love to bring nature indoors -- so I gather cuttings from the garden, stones, branches, pinecones or other natural elements and arrange them down the center of the table or gather then into vases and bowls.